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Frank Hurley’s striking photo of Australian soldiers the morning after the Battle of Passchendaele, 1917 imgur: the simple image sharer

Frank Hurley’s striking photo of Australian soldiers the morning after the Battle of Passchendaele, 1917

" Turkish Quarters at the Dardanelles. These dugouts, for the most part, were well protected. The Turks defended their batteries with great heroism and skill" Gallipoli WWI

" Turkish Quarters at the Dardanelles. These dugouts, for the most part, were well protected. The Turks defended their batteries with great heroism and skill" Gallipoli WWI

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Ottoman Maxim machine gun position with German officers during the fighting at the Dardanelles, Turkey. The Ottoman Empire was an ally of the Central Powers (Germany and Austria-Hungary) in World War I.

Fransız Zırhlısı bouvet i batiran top ve batarya kumandani hilmi ile teğmen fahri

Fransız Zırhlısı bouvet i batiran top ve batarya kumandani hilmi ile teğmen fahri

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Australian soldiers at Lone Pine attack Turkish trenches at Gallipoli, Turkey, in

THE GALLIPOLI CAMPAIGN, APRIL 1915-JANUARY 1916

Photograph - View Of Mudros Showing French Wine Store, Lemnos Island, Aegean Sea Dardanelles Campaign, Circa 1915

100. yıla özel Çanakkale fotoğrafları

100. yıla özel Çanakkale fotoğrafları

Çanakkale Savaşı'nın İlk Kez Ortaya Çıkan Görüntüleri - 1 -18-MART-100 YIL ÖNCE ÇANAKKALE DEN KOVDUĞUMUZ HAÇLILARIN PİÇLERİ--BU GÜNÜN AKPKK LILARI DIR.

Turkish prisoners, captured during the Gallipoli campaign, being marched into Sedd el Bahr with French Zouave escort, 1915

ÇANAKKALE SAVAŞI VE TÜRK KADINI

ÇANAKKALE SAVAŞI VE TÜRK KADINI

18 Mart Çanakkale savaşı esirler

18 Mart Çanakkale savaşı esirler

THE GALLIPOLI CAMPAIGN, APRIL 1915-JANUARY 1916

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A Group of ANZAC Soldiers Stand in the Trenches During the Battle of the Somme, 1916

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“Australian soldiers from either the I or II ANZAC Corps (though most likely the first) in their trench at the Somme, In the wake of the disaster at…”

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